Tag Archives: Dennis Kelly

February 01

Osama The Hero – The danger of the stupid. (Theatre Review)

Osama The Hero Tooth and Sinew in association with bAKEHOUSE Theatre co. KXT from January 21 through to Feb 4 You can grab your tickets here The irony is, what defines “In-Yer-Face” theatre is its ability (or rather its desire) to defy categorisation. Simultaneous with its recognition and labelling comes its refusal of conceptualisation as […]

April 23

Orphans – Should I stay or should I go. (Theatre Review)

Orphans Old Fitz Theatre, Late Show 19-30 April. You can grab your tickets here. When Liam (Liam Nunan) bursts in on Helen (Jacki Mison) and Danny (Christopher Morris) having their quiet celebratory dinner to welcome the news of Helen’s pregnancy, he causes a confrontation, not with our own cultural values and the imminent threat of […]

November 30

Debris – Great and challenging fare late nights at the Old Fitz. (Theatre Review)

Debris Old Fitz Theatre At the time of publishing this review, the very short run for Debris is over. You can find out more about the production and if there will be repeat performances here. Fabrication, alienation, obsession and guilt are the primary feelings through which Denis Kelly feels we engage with the world around […]